Award-winning filmmaker Matt Morris appreciates craft, hard work and people who just show up for each other.
The subject of his most recent work came to him in a round-about way, but features the same careful, affectionate filmmaking of his other films.American Tintype chronicles the process of photographer Harry Taylor, who discovered a passion for the Civil War-era “wet plate” photography.
"Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop, the companion book to the Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition of the same title, traces the evolution of image manipulation from the 1840s to the 1990s, when computer software first began to revolutionize the alteration of photographs."
Presenting the art and science of albumen printing, this site brings together 19th Century technical instruction, contemporary research, an online forum for conservation treatment and a wealth of images. This unique resource is dedicated to those who value the application of technology to the creative process of image making.
ON THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF JOSEF ALBERS’S THE INTERACTION OF COLOR, YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS HAS RELEASED THE WORK AS AN INTERACTIVE TEACHING TOOL ALONG THE LINES OF WHAT THE BAUHAUS MASTER ORIGINALLY INTENDED.
In this lovely short animation, Bulgarian-born Boston-based photographer Eva Koleva Timothy...traces the evolution of photography through innovations in science, technology, and policy, from the Arab world of the 9th century to Leonardo daVinci to George Eastman and beyond.
Photographer Berenice Abbott(1898-1991)...was also intensely interested in science and in making the abstract elegance and beauty of science visible and concrete. In 1939, she began experimenting with scientific imagery and capturing the whimsy of physics, mathematics and chemistry in her minimalist yet dramatic black-and-white photos. Documenting Science collects the best of that work, which culminated with the Physical Science Study Project at MIT in 1958.
"From technical innovations like the cyanotype (#12), the advent of color (#23), the Polaroid (#84), and moving pictures (#20) to paradigms like photojournalism (#66) and fabrication (#93) to new ways of looking at the world like aerial photography (#54), micro/macro (#55), and stopping time (#49), each of the ideas is accompanied by a short essay contextualizing its history and significance."
Thanks to the Internet and the World Wide Web, museums have an opportunity to serve audiences that do not have easy access to our buildings and collections. Photomuse.org is the online expression of a long-term alliance between George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film and the International Center of Photography (ICP). While our museums each maintain websites supporting their respective programs and exhibits, George Eastman House and ICP collaborate in building Photomuse to provide online resources for the study of an important cultural subject: photography at work in the world. We invite all students and scholars -- be they academic or recreational -- to use this site and to assist us in making this a useful and authoritative learning tool.
The Correspondence of William Henry Fox Talbot Project has prepared a comprehensive edition of the nearly 10,000 letters to and from Talbot (1800-1877), the Wiltshire polymath best known for his invention of photography.
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